Athletic training featured at new Black Diamond business

In addition to fitness classes, staff have speed and agility instruction for baseball.

Improving athletic performance is the goal at Black Diamond’s Rainier Athletics. SUBMITTED PHOTO

Improving athletic performance is the goal at Black Diamond’s Rainier Athletics. SUBMITTED PHOTO

Offering personalized instruction for both adults and young athletes, Rainier Athletics has opened for business in Black Diamond.

The staff aims to help with speed and agility and provides instruction in baseball and fastpitch softball (hitting, pitching and fielding). There’s also a daytime fitness class for adults and daytime physical education classes for homeschool students.

The training staff includes junior Olympians and former minor league baseball players.

Rainier Athletics opened in mid-September at 30848 Third Avenue. The business can be reached by phone at 360-313-7207; the email address is contactus@rainierathletic.com; the website is www.rainierathletic.com.

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